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The impact on transport and economy of a levy on mobility: Consequences of spending the revenues of the levy

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  • VAN DE VOOREN, Floris W.C.J.
  • PAUWELS, Tom

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The paper examines how and to which extent a levy on mobility influences freight and passenger transport as well as the economy. The interaction between transport and the economy, and the way of spending the revenues of the levy are taken into account. On the basis of the research results, preferences are formulated for different ways of spending.

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  • VAN DE VOOREN, Floris W.C.J. & PAUWELS, Tom, "undated". "The impact on transport and economy of a levy on mobility: Consequences of spending the revenues of the levy," Working Papers 2005022, University of Antwerp, Faculty of Applied Economics.
  • Handle: RePEc:ant:wpaper:2005022
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    Revenue recycling; Spending options; MOBILEC model; Scenario analysis; Preferences;

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